there is no such thing as the "speed of light" maximum
there is only our observance of the "speed of light" within our 3(4)-space geometry
that is, there is no limit on the maximum speed of an object. however, the velocity spectrum from 0 to infinity, when projected into our referential geometry, is observable as 0-c range
light travels infinitely fast, thus explaining its characteristic wave/particle nature but within our geometry, it is slowed?
We do know that in the farthest reaches of our observable universe, constants such as "big-G" change; perhaps this is due to a different geometry?
What causes this?
are we travelling at a velocity of n% infinity, and therefore viewed as a constant, light's speed is measurable relative to our own?
Is geometry affected largely by gravitation, or perhaps the opposite? If so, throughout 3-space,
perhaps time and gravity, thus c and G, are different as the average concentrations of mass throughout our 3-space universe are different?